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and are you a crack addict? >> no. have i? yes, i have. so that's -- i didn't lie. i don't smoke crack. i haven't smoked crack in over a year. >> that's semantics. >> joining us tonight, andrew sullivan. anna th anna navarro. and robin, the rob ford we saw in that interview is that the rob ford you know so well? >> you are getting a chance to see vintage rob ford. after he was elected mayor he calmed down. his temper was even keel and in contrast to his ten years as a counsellor. >> how did you find him this week? the fact he is arguing it is just semantics. no reporter asked me the right question. >> typical media, you guys with your questions there. but to your point, i always used to brag i saw guns and roses play and now i've seen rob ford live. when you see his mood swings in person it's a staggering thing. that talking point about i never lied about it, he was ready to jump on that. he had misheard my question which was doesn't smoking crack in the first place indicate a huge lack in judgment when you are the leader of a city? but he -- it's this mixture of entitlement and a sense t
't sufficient. what they don't know in this book and what daly wasn't sure op when i talked to him today on the phone is if president obama knew. >> another thing he didn't know. >> that's right. >> he would have just read about it in the newspaper. >> also for chris christie, the newspaper on that was -- >> twice considered, twice scratched off. he was on the original short list for romney in 2012, then romney was leaning towards paul ryan. at the last minute one of romney's top advisers really urged him to reconsider kristi. stewart stephens who some of the viewers know was romney's chief strategist was bombarding around with youtube clips showing kristi at his best. romney did reconsider. they did a sort of crash event as they call it, last minute info trying to compile a dossier on kristi. they ultimately could not get enough info on krischris chris kristi. and romney wasn't comfortable i think taking that gamble given what had happened four years earlier with mccain picking sarah palin. >> is there something in chris christie's background that led them to believe there was a problem
in particular have to kennedy, it's really no more. it's now he's a figure in the history books. >> you don't believe that, david? >> i don't think so. if you look at larry sabito's new book quite fascinating about the legacy and influence that kennedy has had upon successive presidents since, it turns out that the man who talked about him most cited him most of finance was bill clinton. >> he worshipped him. >> even more than lyndon johnson. he has a continuing resonance. i think he really resonates with the new generation. >> absolutely. ways born after he was assassinated. my daughter identifies with him. again it's this hopefulness an this idea of youth. even though we have this young-looking president now, i think kennedy will always be that figure to us. >> we'd never seen a president like that before. he looked so stylish and young and modern. >> and his wife, i think this is another thing that keeps each generation involved in them is also who jackie was. she was so glamorous. and then she was so gangster, too. no, that was a really bold move to keep on that suit with his brains and
for this again. we want a true believer. we want a ted cruz. we want a paul ryan or a rand paul. we don't want to be bought off by this rich establishment's guy. >> i just want to play what rand paul said kind of evasively taking a jab at the sandy recovery ads featuring the governor. >> some of these ads, people running for office put their mug all over these ads in the middle of a political campaign in new jersey 25 million was spent on ads that included somebody running for political office. you think there might be a conflict of interest there? that's a real problem. that's why when people who are trying to do good and trying to use tax payers' money wisely, they're offended to see our money spent on political ads. that's just offensive. >> that's rand paul talking to shawn donovan who i actually went to high school with. any way -- >> in massachusetts somebody running for governor, i don't remember the name, maybe you, andrew, who was actually busted on this. he was the head of the lottery in the state. and he ran his face on the lottery ads saying i'm bringing you a great lottery. and th
. for 46% of your own state to say i don't think he'd be a good president although i take overwe people have said come on board. what people have told me over the last four years is more than anything else they want the truth. they want the truth. you know, we don't always agree with each other, new jersey. some folks don't agree with some of the things i do and certainly they don't agree with some of the things i say sometimes. but they know, they know they never have to wonder. they never have to wonder. when they walked into the voting booth today, they didn't say, hey, i wonder who this guy is. and what he stands for. what he's willing to fight for, what he's willing to do when the chips are down. you can agree with me or you can disagree with me, but i will never stop leading the state i love. people across the country have asked me how it is we've been able to do what we've achieved. and i'm reminded of a story that pastor joe carter of the new hope baptist church told just one week ago today on the one-year anniversary of hurricane sandy. he called what had happened in new jersey
current generation is the fact that people don't like his successors. lyndon johnson, the failure in vietnam. nixon watergate, ford carter. the two bushes. kennedy alongside of them has a halo over his head. >> he certainly does. i've got to leave it there. sorry to interrupt. it's been a fascinating debate, fascinating show in many ways to meet these people. been quite surreal, the surgeons and those who witnessed it all and to talk to you guys about the historical perspective has been fascinating. thank you all very much indeed. tomorrow a cnn special" the assassination of jfk" how those tragic events changed america. that's all for us tonight. anderson cooper reports now live from the philippines. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm anderson cooper reporting tonight from tacloban in the philippines. it is thursday morning here, 9:00 a.m. and a new day has begun. in the last several hours there have been some significant developments to tell you about. yesterday i talked to the marine brigadier general paul kennedy who promised he would be able to get this airport, the runway, up an
of the trainers there, he goes, what are you doing out there? you should be a trainer. i said, i don't know how to train animals. i've never trained animals in my life. >> how do you prepare yourself with an encounter with an 8,000 pound orca. >> i thought you needed a masters degree in marine biology to be a trainer. >> it takes years of study and experience to meet the strict requirements necessary to interact in the water with shamu. >> come to find out, it really is more about your personality and how good you can swim. >> i went and tried out and got the job right away. i was, like, yeah. i was so excited. so, so excited. >> i really wanted to be there. i really wanted to do the job. i couldn't wait to get in the water with the animals. i really was proud of being a sea world trainer. i thought this was the most amazing job. >> i showed up there on my first day not really knowing what to expect. i was told to put on a wet suit and get in the water. >> hi, mom. >> i was scared out of my whits. >> first of all, i put my wet suit on backwards because i was raised on a farm in virginia. my fir
at what's going on in the united states. i don't think they see this particular election as transformative because they're looking at mid-terms, looking at presidentials. they want to know who's going to win. but they keep thinking what is going on with the u.s. republican party? and remember that in europe and around the world, even conservative parties are moderate compared to the republican party here. they've been more like blue dog democrats. >> which republican party here? >> precisely. they look at the extreme wing of what they call the extreme wing of the republican party, and they think that's beginning to dominate. they were incredibly nonplussed as you know by the shutdown. really worried in case they took it over the brink of the debt ceiling on a potential default. and people are trying to figure out what really is happening and is this now solidified in the u.s. >> this is a fantastic result for chris christie. especially the demographics. he's pitched the republican party as an i can reach women, hispanics and african-americans in a way that no one else can is bolstered imme
and medical care as well. we don't know how many people have been wounded. the hospital in tacloban has been overwhelmed in the last several days. the relief effort is coming into a focus but bad weather moving in has put a question mark over the next couple hours. what's going to take place and how much relief will be able to get in in the wake of what is believed to be another tropical storm heading toward the tacloban area. the reason we are at manila we had planned to land near tacloban. but all flights at that point were stopped because of the bad weather and we had to return back here. we have coverage with our corresponds in tacloban. we want to give you as much information as we can about the needs of the people here and the needs are great. that cannot be overstated. what we have seen over the last three to now four days, it is now tuesday at 11:00. some of the most dramatic images we have seen in recent times. here's a look at what the storm looked like as it came ashore. >> the terror of super typhoon haiyan began with its winds. gusts reaching up to 235 miles an hour, well above
was ten years old. i was tragic. now i'm working on a big history of vietnam. we don't know what he would have done, whether he would have gotten us out or in deeper. >> i've got to leave it there. best of luck on the next project. anderson cooper reports live from the phillipines. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm anderson cooper live from tacloban airport in the philippines where five days after typhoon haiyan desperation has set in there is little food, little water, and many, many people in need. many people are trying to get out of here, out of the airport. there are scenes of people lining up all around me. they've been lining up here all night long. they just wait at the airport. they frankly have nowhere else to go. because out there on the other side of the camera is what remains of tacloban and it is not a pretty sight. dead bodies laying out near the wreckage of people's homes. people sleeping out in the streets with little food, little water, and few answers, frankly, about the relief effort. we're going to try to get answers over the course of the next hour. i just want to brin
? >> and from bad to worse. >> we don't have homes, we lost our homes. and we have nothing to eat. we really need help now. >> the latest from the phillipines. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. out front tonight, one president stands up to another. former president bill clinton taking on president obama's misleading promise about americans keeping their health care plans under obama care. here's what the president said. >> i personally believe even if it takes a change in the law the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they've got. >> let them keep what they got. president obama has said i'm sorry for the promise, but is he going to do anything about it? anything rectify the problem? john king is in washington. we begin our coverage there. john last week the administration said they were working to help the people who lost their plans. jay carney said there are a range of options being looked at around washington. they no this matters. the president's poll numbers have dropped dramatically.
, when i can respond quickly. and i don't know where i'm going to need to go. i may need to go back to md anderson cancer center in houston. i definitely will be at stanford cancer center because they have worked this wonderful miracle with my life. and or i may have to go someplace else. i need a policy that gives me what united health care gave me for the last seven years. >> thanks very much to edie. now we tried to explore edie's options ourselves which required knowing her income, she was uncomfortable providing us with that information. >>> still out front, wait till you hear what workers were doing on overtime. for the first time you're going to see one whistle-blower's face. >>> why is a mayor of a major city apologizing if he didn't do anything wrong? the video that could end his career. >>> and michelle knight was held captive for a decade. tonight. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. pcentury link provides reliable yit services like multi-layered security solution to keep your information safe & s
. but they don't add up to nearly enough for the white house. >>> then families ripped apart in the philippines. >> i lost my daughter. i told her during the evacuation, go go. but my daughter said no, mama, i can't leave you. and the best defense is a good offense. >> hold it. have you ever smoked marijuana? it's a question. it's simple. a yes or a no? have you smoked marijuana? >> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight the numbers for obama care are in and they're a bit scary. 106, 185 people enrolled in obama care during its first month. only 25% of them through healthcare.gov. the overall number that is needed for obama care to work is 7 million by the end of march. dana bash is in washington for us tonight. dana, i guess the facts are the facts in this case. these numbers are pretty terrible. >> reporter: they are. there's no way to sugar coat it, erin. not even the president's closest allies in capitol hill are trying to do that. it's not just a political blow. it's a problem that could undermine the viability of this new law. as you mentione
600,000 displaced after swaths of cities and towns were utterly destroyed. many still don't have any kind of communication or power making hunger grow. aid workers, meantime, have been trying to get in emergency supplies including food and water and desperately needed fuel. the problem is transportation is almost impossible, and they haven't been able to get that to anybody. tacloban, a city of a quarter million people is in utter disarray tonight. the airport is still closed. but it is one of the buildings still standing in that city. that's where our paula hancocks is out front tonight. i know it was difficult for you to get there, to get around. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, erin, it's been a fourth very miserable night since the storm for all the survivors. torrential rain is making a very bad situation even worse. many people don't have homes. they are sleeping out in the open in this torrential rain. a very difficult situation. we drove just down the road toward the city and were surprised by what we saw. now you may find some of these images quite disturbing, the pictu
and people didn't latch on to it. i don't know for certain but i think for some people they think it's not that extraordinary because they were so inculcated in this. a lot of people heard it and weren't that shocked and when it got more aggressive people braced a bit. but a lot of people who experienced this, they heard it and they didn't seem that shocked by it and people who never experienced this, it is shocking. >> i have to pause for a moment. we have breaking news, there are reports of shots fired at the largest shopping center in the new york area. is it in paramus, new jersey. police are there right now. police believe there is a shooter inside the mall. they do believe there is a gunman in the mall. on the phone is eddie commonen. what have you seen and heard? >> i heard six or seven gunshots around like 9:20 p.m. i walked out of the store to see what was going on and there was just people running like crazy. i quickly closed my door and ran to the back and turned off the lights and music. >> that's where you are currently now inside the mall? >> yes. told by police officer
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